Over the course of their mere five-year existence, Sterling, Virginia’s Pageninetynine redefined what punk rock could be. This venerable squad of miscreants from the outskirts of the nation’s capital incorporated aspects of nearly every heavy music sub-genre into a tornado of punk fury, releasing a plethora of albums, singles, splits and more, touring relentlessly and inspiring a dedicated, diehard fanbase. Robotic Empire is pleased to announce a timely re-press of the band’s landmark Document #8 album and the long-awaited vinyl release of their hard-to-find Singles compilation CD. Singles, first released on CD in 2003 by Reptilian Records, showcases the group’s evolution from humble beginnings to a furious midpoint and experimental end. The album title is somewhat of a misnomer, as the release collects material from splits with Circle Takes the Square, City of Caterpillar, Enemy Soil, Process Is Dead and Reactor No. 7, along with other short-run EP, demo and compilation tracks. Mastered by James Plotkin for a much warmer, fuller sound not heard on the original releases, Singles is an essential document for longtime fans and newcomers alike. Pageninetynine will reunite in August 2011 at the Best Friend’s Day festival in Richmond, Virginia, where they will perform Document #8 in its entirety.